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Debate Activity: Bar and Near [Newspaper Article] — 885 — 1 April 1960

Debate Activity: Bar and Near The debating club went on tour on the weekend of April Ist. At Trinity, two teams (Rinda Hausermaii and Maggie Burns, Affirmative, and Linda Gray and Pat O'Neill, Negative) debated the topic: Resolved: Congress should be given power to reverse decisions of the Supreme Court. One negative team (Nancy Edmondson and Mimi Kelly) went to Marymount to debate on the loyalty oath for those who receive government grants. Newton defeated Trinity; Pat O'Neill was judged the best speaker of the debate. Newton also debated at Georgetown and Georgetown School of Foreign Service. Newton was the victor in the Georgetown debate but lost to the School of Foreign Service. Maggie Burns was judged the best speaker in both debates. At Marymount, Newton lost the debate but Mimi Kelly was awarded the prize for best speaker. Meanwhile at Newton on Tuesday night, March 23rd, the pros and cons of capital punishment were debated. John McNealy, president of the Boston College Debat...

Publication Title: 885
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
DR. ZEPHIR'S BOOK PUBLISHED [Newspaper Article] — 885 — 1 April 1960

DR. ZEPHIR'S BOOK PUBLISHED In December, Lettres Modernes in Paris published La Perscnnafite Humaine dans l'Oeuvre de Marcel Proust by Dr. Jacques J. Zephir of Newton's faculty The book is a 331 nage essay in literary psychology. Iu liis preface to La Personnalite Hnmaiiie, Pierre-Henri Simon says: "Jacques Zephir's essay oil the problem of human personality in Proust's work is one of incontestable merit; it is a thoughtful and intelligent study of everything Proust wrote, and what has been written about him, not only in French but also in English." Dr. Zephir based much of his work 011 the expression of Proustian psychology ill Kenieinliraiiec of Tilings Past, a cyclic novel. He feels that Proust based his psychology on personal experience. Tile Proustian psychological system claims that the ego is divided in two. Each human being has a superficial ego consisting of his physical appearance, social behavior and, to an extent, psychological habits. The superficial ego disintegrates w...

Publication Title: 885
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Holy Days or Holidays? [Newspaper Article] — 885 — 1 April 1960

Holy Days or Holidays? Easter is a neglected time. Most colleges have Christmas vacations; but in many, Spring vacation has usurped Easter vacation. Sometimes Easter doesn't even fall within holiday time. People sentimentally speak of "going home for Christmas"; but going home for Easter has no such emotional appeal. Easter vacation is a break in the second semester —a break to catch up on those neglected volumes for S. W. C. reading, to start worrying over a topic for the forthcoming thesis, or to finish preparations for comprehensives. Certainly Easter vacation is a good time for that catching up which has been piling up. But Easter is often lost in the shuffle. Easter isn't too publicized. "Christmas spirit" has become a cliche, but "Easter spirit" is hardly idiomatic. Easter isn't half so commercialized as Christmas. This may be a blessing, but not if Easter is altogether forgotten. Chocolate rabbits and cuddly chickens do not stir profound thoughts about Easter and its theologi...

Publication Title: 885
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Newton, Wake Up! [Newspaper Article] — 885 — 1 April 1960

Newton, Wake Up! Do you have the mid-semester blues? Do you ever feel tired of it all, down and out, wanting to escape as far as possible from campus? Are you fighting your work rather than enjoying it? If you are, take an intellectual stimulant and become an interesting and interested person! Here at Newton we have an ideal locality. Do you use it? Don't be tied down to campus environs. Take advantage of the pre-Broadway runs at the Colonial and Shubert. Glance in at the latest in art at the galleries on Newbury Street. Do you fritter unplanned afternoons away, or do you keep up with current exhibitions at the Science Museum, the Fine Arts Museum, and the concerts at the Gardner Museum? What did you think of the Courhet exhibition at the Fine Arts, or didn't you see it? Go to the Symphony and hear three hours of glorious music. Do you take advantage of our lecture permissions to broaden your mind? Did you see Christopher Dawson at the Barbara Ward lecture? Are you intellectually ma...

Publication Title: 885
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Among Ourselves [Newspaper Article] — 885 — 1 April 1960

Among Ourselves ENGAGED: Liwille A. Joy '54, a member of the Newton Board of Advisors, to James S. Becker, Jr., a graduate of Georgetown University. Mr. Becker served in the Marine Corps. A summer wedding is planned. M. Patricia Haniion '56, to Joseplj P. Hurley, Jr. Mr. Hurley served in the Marine Corps and is now a member of the class of '60 at Cornell. Anil Kawson ex '56 to Ronald Hall. Mr. Hall is now attending Sheffield School of Aeronautics in Miami. A September wedding is planned. Ursula Gahan '58, to Robert Boyle, a Yale graduate. The couple plan a June wedding. WEDDINGS: Ann L. Dai ley '59 to James B. O'Neill, a graduate of Brown University. The wedding took place in Chestnut Hill on February 20th. After a honeymoon in the Virgin Islands the couple will live in Boston. Nancy Maslen '59, to Edwin V. Burkholder, Jr. of Providence. Mr. Burkholder graduated from Brown in '58. Mary Ellin Burns was the maid-of-honor and bridesmaids were Pat Curran and Dean Maloney. The couple wil...

Publication Title: 885
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
885 [Newspaper Article] — 885 — 1 April 1960

885 NEWTON COLLEGE OF THE SACRED HEART NEWTON, MASSACHUSETTS Published six times a year by students of Newton College Anita Hennessy '61 - Editor-in-Chief Mary Alice Molloy '61 - Managing Editor Sally O'Connell '60 - Associate Editor Mary Stehling '61 - Feature Editor Patricia Winkler '60 - Business Manager Julie Halleran '61 - Assistant Business Manager Kathie O'Shea '61 - Circulation Manager Judy Hang' '62 - Desk Assistant News Staff: D. Couig '61, C. Hafey '61, E. Hitchens '61, L. Jenks '61, M. McQueeny '61, S. O'Leary '61, S. Chin '62, K. Gately '62, K. Jacobi '62, E. McCarthy '62, C. Mclnerney '63. Business Staff: E. Dalkiewicz '60, P. Massman '60, M. Sturges '61, M. E. McShane '62, K. Kearney 63. Cartoonist - B. Schroetter Vol. VIII April, 1960 No. 5

Publication Title: 885
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
The Other Side [Newspaper Article] — 885 — 1 April 1960

The Other Side The request which I received to write this column has given me a chance to put into words a thought that I have been pondering over for many years. Why is it that often the non-use of a faculty is worse than the misuse of it? In the Gospel we find an example of this fact. On the other hand, we read that the woman taken in a adultery was sent away with only a word of exhortation: "Woman, go thy way and from now on sin no more," while in the parable of the talents we find the unprofitable servant "cast out into darkness' because he had buried his one talent and had not put it out to interest. We discover the same lesson in the parable of the barren fig tree. Because it did not bring forth the expected fruit it was "cursed and withered away." Is it then such a terrible thing to let a talent go to waste? It is certainly the answer if we are to believe the pages of the Gospel, and it is not a little thing to face "exterior darkness." The tendency is, for most of us, to loo...

Publication Title: 885
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — 885 — 1 April 1960

This style won't last — too much unused space.

Publication Title: 885
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Page 2 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — 885 — 1 April 1960
Publication Title: 885
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — 885 — 1 April 1960

The Staff of 885 wishes the Administration the Faculty, it, j.. . n i liit oiuucni Duuy and all our Advertisers A JOYOUS EASTER

Publication Title: 885
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — 885 — 1 April 1960

Do you feel behind on world affairs? Then you cannot afford to miss George Kennan, former ambassador to Russia, giving a lecture series at Memorial Hall, Harvard. Future lectures are: April 13th —• Stalin and the Kuomintang April 14th — The Rise of Hitler April 19th — Spain, Trotsky and the Purges April 21th — Nonagression Pact April 2fith — Before the German Attack April 2Sth — Wartime Conference >1 ity .'iril — The Tito Heresy May ">th — China and Korea

Publication Title: 885
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Sodality: What It Is, Does, and Needs [Newspaper Article] — 885 — 1 April 1960

Sodality: What It Is, Does, and Needs Because we discovered that there is an interest in the Sodality Movement 011 campus, and because we found that very few people understood jnst what Sodality stands for, we asked several members and aspirants to explain it and its function oil campus. There is much more that can be said about Sodality, but here are some thing's these members considered most important. The Congregation of the Children of Mary of the Sacred Heart was founded by St. Madeleine Sophie in the early days of the Society of the Sacred Heart. It was blessed and approved by Pope Leo XIII and his successors and has been enriched by them with privileges and indulgences. The Children of Mary are devoted to the Heart of Jesus through the Immaculate Heart of Mary. The aim of a Child of Mary is a perfect Christian life. She strives to imitate Our Lady in all her ac- tions and is under her protection in a special way. Her duties as an aspirant as well as a member are daily Mass an...

Publication Title: 885
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Follies, Foibles and Fun ? Of the Threatening Thesis [Newspaper Article] — 885 — 1 April 1960

Follies, Foibles and Fun ? Of the Threatening Thesis From the viewpoint of everyone except those fortunate few who have the experience well behind them, a senior thesis carries a definite threat. This threat, so pleasantly remote until junior year, endangers much more than appears on the surface. The first thing the thesis threatens is your plan for a last carefree junior summer before grappling with the Wicked World. Summer time becomes reading and note-taking time: volumes to be read, quantities of index cards to be used up. It is difficult to imagine reading commentaries on the Truman Doctrine with surf pounding just yards away. However, the question of whether Friedrich Froebel (who influenced kindegarten education) ever had a frugal frau named Frieda must have presented endless possibilities for wit to that writer. A subject like this would cfertainly ward off much of the boredom of thesis writing. The summer need not be spent in li- braries immersed in solemn tomes. But if it ...

Publication Title: 885
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
"And When I Reached Jamaica, I Had to Stop..." [Newspaper Article] — 885 — 1 April 1960

"And When I Reached Jamaica, I Had to Stop..." by Sonia Chin [Jamaica is Newton's field for the lay apostolate. One of our new Jamaican students gives a Cook's Tour of what we should know about it. I Jamaica is a tropical island located in the Caribbean Sea, somewhere south of Cuba. Once a colony of Spain and subsequently of Britain, it is now advancing along the road to freedom and Dominion status as a member of the tenisland West Indies Federation. The "sun shines daily on the mountain tops" (almost always, anyway) and there are palm trees and of course the clear, blue, ever changing sea. Among its beauty spots are Fern Gully, Dunn's River Falls, The Rio Grande and the famed white sands of the beaches on the north coast. Even more interesting than the scenery are the people. They are of all different races, the predominant being Negro with large minorities of Syrians, Chinese, Whites and Indians. Many have a mixture of all these and many others bloods racing through their veins. J...

Publication Title: 885
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
The Lighter Side [Newspaper Article] — 885 — 1 April 1960

The Lighter Side In the play, "Life Was a Daisy, Now It's a Rose," the noted botanist William Goodnow artistically presents the secret of life. With a foundation in the tried-and-tested laws of evolution, the author shows that just as man was once nothing but hot gaseous air which progressed to the clearly-defined, dis-tinctly-shaped individual of this age, modern life is the result of a like evolution. In "A Guide to Understanding Life Was a Daisy, Now it's a Rose," (This pamphlet is given with the purchase of each ticket for the play) terms are defined, the logical structure of the production is furnished and the obscure emotional meaning of the play is explained in a reasonable formula. Mr. Goodnow defines modern life as the standards of action which are best for the present age. Having established this basic fact, the play flows on into enlightenment. The evolution of modern life is symbolized by the evolution of the Opaque Rose from the daisy. (As is universally known, last yea...

Publication Title: 885
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Victorious Basketball Season; Spring Sports on the Agenda [Newspaper Article] — 885 — 1 April 1960

Victorious Basketball Season; Spring Sports on the Agenda Friday night, March 25th, a capacity audience saw Newton's first team defeat Regis, 50-46, and the second team, 38-35. This winds up a good season of four victories and one defeat. Manhattanville defeated Newton 33-30 in the first game of the season, played at Manhattanville. However, Newton went on to defeat Brandeis, 44-33; Boston College, 39-16; Boston State Teachers College, 42-27, and lastly,Regis. The second team played two games, defeating Regis and losing to B. S. T. C„ 30-21. Team work was important in this victorious season and everyone did her part. (Star guards were Gretchen Eben and Mary Corbett, along with Mimi Kelly and Molly Connelly. Cathy Hafey and Sally Burton led in the scoring with Mary Egan helping to set up the plays. Carol Donovan and Marsha Whelan also helped the team out of many a tight place. The second team had opportunity to show its talents in the Regis game with Kate Nugent high scorer. Elsewher...

Publication Title: 885
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Etchings Obtained from Mrs. Logan [Newspaper Article] — 885 — 1 April 1960

Etchings Obtained from Mrs. Logan Two etqhings by the late Robert Fulton Logan are being obtained by the college from Mrs. Logan, who has, since his death, taken over some of his Newton classes. The etchings were backed and finished by a friend of Mrs. Logan, who is a connoisseur of fine arts at Boston's Museum of Fine Arts. He did the finishing ". . . in memory of Mr. Logan and for the girls at Newton."

Publication Title: 885
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Castanets, Cuecas and Color! A Gala Festival for Newton [Newspaper Article] — 885 — 1 April 1960

Castanets, Cuecas and Color! A Gala Festival for Newton The main activity of the Romance Language Club is the annual Festival which this year was put on by the Spanish section of the club. The main project of the French section will be an exhibition scheduled for after Easter which will be accompanied by a lecture on careers open to those with a knowledge of a foreign language. Before the festival, Senor Juan Marichal of the Spanish Department of Harvard gave a talk on popular Spanish customs. Senor Marichal was formerly head of the Spanish Department of Bryn Mawr College and is a writer and lecturer in his field. This year for the first time the American members of the Spanish Club took part in the festival. The festival consisted of songs and dances from Spain and several Latin American countries. The program included a classical ISth century Spanish dance with castanets and a gypsy dance from Granada, both by Josefina San Miguel; an Indian dance typical of Guatemala by Gloria Nov...

Publication Title: 885
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Page 4 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — 885 — 1 April 1960
Publication Title: 885
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — 885 — 1 April 1960

The House of Aron JEWELRY EXPERT REPAIRING WATCHES CLOCKS 212 A Sumner Street Newton Centre NEWTON'S 843 BEACON STREET Charge accounts welcomed We cash checks and gift tvrap OPENED THURSDAY EVES. CUT im V j Sheraton Hotels STUDENT-FACULTY DISCOUNTS Here's money-saving news for students, faculty and all other college personnel. During weekends and college vacations, Sheraton offers you special low rates — even lower rates when two or more occupy the same room. Special group rates are provided for athletic teams, clubs, other college organizations. You get these discounts at any of Sheraton's 54 hotels in the U.S.A., Hawaii and Canada. Just present your Sheraton Student I.D. Card or Faculty Guest Card when you register. To get your Sheraton card or make reservations, contact: Kathie O'Shea '61 OR CONTACT COLLEGE RELATIONS DEPARTMEI SHERATON CORP., 470 ATLANTIC AVE. BOSTON, MASS.

Publication Title: 885
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
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